Kamui Kobayashi put Toyota’s No. seven motor vehicle on pole situation on Friday for a condensed and rescheduled Le Mans 24 Hour race currently being held without having spectators thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Japanese veteran built guaranteed of the champions’ fourth successive pole on a sunny morning at the Sarthe circuit but fell brief of his 2017 record of three minutes 14.791 seconds in the TS050 hybrid motor vehicle.
Kobayashi’s quickest lap in the new Hyperpole session was three:fifteen.267.
“To be genuine, a little bit upset for the reason that on my